The 3rd Annual Island Games takes place in There, April 13th through the 22nd. This year, four teams will compete in over one hundred competitive events. Participate in quests, games with your dog, card games, tours, trivia, poetry, paintball and much more.
Want a great way to meet and play with new people in the There Community? Get signed up to be randomly chosen to be on team Motu Motu, Malihini, Ootay or Aurora. Work together with your Island Games teammates to take home 1st place. All you have to do is join the Island Games Invite List Group and an invitation to your randomly chosen team’s club will be sent to you. The deadline to sign up for Island Games is April 7th. You must accept your team’s invitation by April 12th to be able to earn points for your team at Island Games.
Browse the Island Games Events on the Activities Page under “IGE” and sign up ahead of time for your favorites. All Basic and Premium There members are welcome to participate in Island Games. You can keep track of your team’s score at the official Island Games Scoreboard.
Get inspired to host your own Island Games event in There. If you’re a new Host looking for guidance on how to run an event or perhaps you are a seasoned pro, you can join the Island Games Host Club for more information.
Island Games is similar to There Games in that there are around the clock competitive events for Thereians to participate in, they are different events in that There Games teams are assigned by your Name Tag color and Island Games teams are randomly generated into four teams.
Official Island Games merchandise can be found in the Auctions. Banners, flags, balloons, shirts, team goals and more are available for purchase.
We hope to see you out at Island Games in the 3-D Virtual World There.com April 13th – 22nd! Make sure to register before April 7th in order to participate and score points.
What an amazing There Winter Games season we’ve had over the past ten days. With over 200 events and 3,000 competitors, this has been one of the most action packed There Games yet! We wanted to say thank you to the There Games committee, event hosts, co-hosts and all of the color team participants.
Congratulations to Red for a job well done and taking home the Gold this year. The Light Blue team won the Silver medal and the Peach team won the Bronze.
The There Winter Games Closing Ceremony takes place Tuesday, March 6 at 6:00 pm PST. Join your friends and teammates in congratulating the top three teams of the 2018 season. Dance it out at the after-party located at Chilly WTG Events in the Winter There Games Village.
The There Winter Games are coming to a close. Stop by the There Games Shop in the Winter Village to shop for collectibles to commemorate the 2018 Winter season.
Help support the There Games by purchasing a TWG 2018 Competitor Buggy. This cool and stylized ride was texturized by Zayden. The special Buggy is only available until March 17th. Get one before it’s gone.
The 2018 collector’s Snowboard and Goggles is available in the mascot and bad ass versions. This prop is great for Winter photo ops with friends. Pick one up before the season is over.
Shop There Games decorations for your home or clubhouse with official 2018 There Winter Games merchandise. Not only does your purchase help advertise the There Games, but the proceeds go towards keeping the There Games events going every year as well as providing gifts for the winning teams. Add the 2018 Winter collectibles to your growing There Games memorabilia!
Shop the 2018 There Winter Games decorations in the Auctions. The official TWG merchandise is only available for a limited time, so get yours before the season ends.
The 2018 Winter There Games competitive events begin this week in the virtual world There.com. Sixteen teams will compete for the Gold, Silver and Bronze medals. The Games kick off Friday night with the Opening Ceremony to be held in the Winter There Games Village on Frosty Island.
Join members of the Thereian community at the Winter There Games Village Colosseum at 8:00 PM PST February 23rd for the 2018 There Winter Games Opening Ceremony. The There Winter Game Planning Committee will make the official announcements for 2018 and then the sixteen teams will go on the annual run with torches around the Colosseum and through the Winter Games statues.
The After-Party for the Opening Ceremony is schedule to start after the annual torch run around the Winter Games Village. Join your friends and celebrate the beginning of this season’s There Games.
How can I join a team for the There Winter Games?
Congratulations, you are already part of a team! We have 16 There Games teams based on the 16 avatar Name Tag colors. (The Name Tag is the colored bar over your avatar’s head where your see your name.) Everyone has a Name Tag color that is randomly generated when you join There.com.
What if I can’t figure out what my Nametag color is?
If you aren’t sure what your Name Tag color is, it’s easy to find out. Just head over to to the Winter Games Welcome Center and find one of the handy Name Tag signs.
When you click the sign’s action tag, it will tell you what color your Name Tag is. Once you know your Name Tag color find your team club listed here. Joining your team’s club is a great way to meet people, make new friends and keep up to date with what’s going on.
Do I have to join my Nametag team’s club to participate at There Games?
While joining your team’s club is a great way to connect with your fellow teammates, it is not required. You can still go to There Games events and earn points for your team. The event Hosts will be able to see which team you belong to by (you guessed it!) looking at your Name Tag.
Friday, November 3rd PaulGoldstar will be hosting the Bunka No Hi Opening Ceremony at the Japan In There Clubhouse. Bunka no Hi is a holiday held in the country of Japan in early November to promote culture, the arts and academic endeavor.
Join the Japan In There club! They hold language classes, listen to music together, celebrate Anime and chat about Japanese baseball. The club also plays Sudoku, puts on fashion shows, celebrates cosplay and discusses Japanese food and holidays. If you’re interested in learning more about Japan, this is the club for you!
The Japanese Culture Festival takes place November 3rd through the 9th. Sign up for fun and educational activities.
It wouldn’t be Halloween in the virtual world There.com without Superdale’s House of Horrors! Careful trick-or-treating in the RedWalks Neighborhood, you never know what kind of boogy-man or zombie is lurking nearby. Grab your pals because you are not going to want to explore this Halloween masterpiece by yourself. Remember safety in numbers!
Start your journey in the graveyard and venture through four 100-drop Lots till you reach the end. Superdale has really outdone himself with all of the little details. It will take you a couple of trips through to really appreciate the intricate builds in each haunted room.
The Summer There Games are on the horizon! Save the date for August 18th – 27th. The Opening Ceremony is scheduled for Thursday, August 17th. Want to know more about Summer There Games? Check out our handy There Games FAQs.
I’ve been hearing a lot about Summer There Games. What is it?
Summer There Games is a huge 10-day event series in There that runs in the later part of summer. Everyone is invited to play in this fun and friendly competition. Events happen at all hours of the day and range from vehicle races to card games to quests and so much more! No matter what your interest, you’re likely to find activities to enjoy.
In a nutshell, members compete at There Games to earn points for their team. At the end, all the points are counted up and the team with the highest overall score wins the gold medal. (The 2nd and 3rd place teams take the silver and bronze awards respectively.)
How can I join a team for There Games?
Congratulations, you are already part of a team! We have 16 There Games teams based on the 16 avatar Nametag colors. (The Nametag is the colored bar over your avatar’s head where your see your name.) Everyone has a Nametag color that is randomly generated when you join There.
What if I can’t figure out what my Nametag color is?
If you aren’t sure what your Nametag color is, it’s easy to find out. Just head over to to the Summer Games Welcome Center and find one of the handy Nametag signs.
When you click the sign’s action tag, it will tell you what color your Nametag is. Once you know your Nametag color find your team club listed here. Joining your team’s club is a great way to meet people, make new friends and keep up to date with what’s going on.
Do I have to join my Nametag team’s club to participate at There Games?
No. While joining your team’s club is a great way to connect with your fellow teammates, it is not required. You can still go to There Games events and earn points for your team. The event Hosts will be able to see which team you belong to by (you guessed it!) looking at your Nametag.
How do I sign up for an event?
It’s very easy to participate in Summer There Games. Search the keyword “TSG” on the Activities Page to see a handy list of all the TSG events. There are lots of events to choose from! Take a look and start signing up for the things that interest you. Whether you love the thrill of competition or prefer something more low key, you will find plenty of fun activities.
Some event descriptions state that points are given and others do not. What’s the difference?
Some There Games events are competitive and award points to the teams based on who comes in 1st, 2nd, etc. Other events are purely social for people who don’t want to compete but still want to participate in the Games. Event descriptions are marked accordingly to help you decide which events are right for you.
When you attend an event that awards points, the goal is to try to earn points for your Nametag team. At the end of There Games, all the points are counted up and the team with the highest overall score wins the gold medal.
How do I attend a There Games event after I’ve signed up?
When you sign up for an event, it will be added to your schedule. To see a handy list of the events you have signed up for, go to the Activities Page and click the “My Upcoming Events” link.
If you are in world and sign up for an event that has already started, you’ll get a system message offering to take you there now. Otherwise, you’ll get the message when the event begins. If you accept, you’ll be teleported directly to the Zone where the event is happening.
What should I do when I arrive at a There Games event?
When you arrive at a There Games event and enter the Zone, the first thing you should do is look for a rule book. Be sure to read this so you are familiar with the rules of the event. If there is a Zone box in use, also keep an eye on this in case additional instructions are being given. Become familiar with how the event is scored and what you should strive to do in order to win a point for your Nametag team.
For a fun team-building activity, you might want to start a group IM with other members of your Nametag team who are also participating in the event
I tried to go to my There Games event but got a message that the event is currently full. What should I do?
If the event is currently full and you are unable to enter the Zone, wait for a system message to tell you when it’s your turn before you attempt to enter again. Trying to enter before it’s your turn will result in you being teleported back out of the Zone and moved to the bottom of the waiting list for the event. This will also create extra lag in the event and affect the Zone box, making it difficult for the Host(s) to properly communicate with the members inside.
Any other tips for attending a There Games event?
- Do not go AFK (away from keyboard) in a competitive, points-awarding event. If something comes up, please step out of the Zone and free up a space for someone who is actively waiting to compete for their team.
- Please have patience with the event Hosts. There Games events can be very hectic with a lot of specific instructions to follow for the event to run smoothly. Keep yourself well informed by reading the rules and knowing who the Host(s) are in case you have questions.
How does scoring work at events?
Each event is unique in the way it is scored. When you attend a There Games event, it’s very important to read the rules and listen to instructions given by the Host(s) at the beginning of the event. This will give you an understanding of how you can compete and possibly earn points for your team.
I see lots of people running around with team-colored items. Where can I find this stuff?
Can I find out how my team is doing during There Games?
If you would like to keep track of how the Games are going, you can check out the official There Scoreboard at http://www.therescore.com.
Point totals update automatically each time a Host enters the results from his or her event into the database. Another handy feature on this page is the ability to see a list of the activities scheduled each day by simply clicking the links for Day 1, Day 2, etc.
Find out what’s going on in There.com and how you can be a part of it! Weekly and monthly planned themed events are happening all throughout There. Visit the one-stop location for all the latest information on upcoming events. Teleport over to the new There Themes and Events HUB.
At the new location, you will find information on current events and upcoming themes. Try your hand at hosting a themed event. There are billboards on display that provide the name of the Event Coordinator and a keyword for the next upcoming events. You can also participate as a Developer and create new virtual items to sell for special events.
Weekly Themed Planning Meetings are held every Tuesday evening. Sign up for the next meeting and share your ideas for themed events or sign up to host creative and fun events for Thereians to enjoy.